Passing Thoughts Of A MadPriest

Would some of the weird stuff of quantum physics, such as particles influencing each other over vast distances and the possibility of time appearing to travel backwards at the quantum level, be explained if there was no such thing as space and time? Or, to put it another way, if everything that is happening, that has happened and that will happen, is all happening at exactly the same moment in exactly the same place.

Perhaps there are bosuns that give what we perceive as time and space to particles in the same way as the Higgs bosun is responsible for giving some particles mass.

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